T.J. Yates is best known as the third-string rookie quarterback that led the Texans to their first playoff win in franchise history in 2011. Yates, 25, is settling into his role as backup quarterback for his third season with the team.
On Monday the Houston Rockets cleaned out lockers, conducted their exit interviews and prepared for some much-needed downtime.
The 2013 draft class of Houston Texan rookies will get a chance to showcase their skills to coaches May 10-12 during the team’s rookie mini-camp.
Who made a better acquisition this free agency period than Daryl Morey with Jeremy Lin? Please, answer that question before you say anything else about the Rockets’ offseason or general manager Daryl Morey.
Former Texans linebacker DaShon Polk joins Fred and Matt here on Sports Radio 610 to talk about concussions, the importance of the OTAs in the NFL, playing for Wade Phillips with the Buffalo Bills, changes being […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – Last year this time, some Texans players were hopping fences to high school football fields and holding sparse offseason workouts wherever they could because the team’s facilities were off limits due […]
Charlie Casserly, the former Texans’ GM, discusses the impact of losing DeMeco Ryans and other key players.
National Football Post’s Andrew Brandt joins Greg and Fred to discuss NFL free agency and various salary cap problems around the league.
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The General stops by for his weekly visit to discuss the Texans offseason needs.